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It might be useful for you to know the conversion of units commonly used in meteorology for use in the classroom.
Primary
What is meant by climate change? We first need to understand that there is a difference between weather and climate. Weather is all around
Secondary Geography, Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
Suggested learning activities: Explore leaf area, evapotranspiration and temperature data using various statistical techniques to explore the relationship between deforestation and weather.
Secondary Maths
Students are to traverse a network in the most efficient manner possible. Consider different information to influence their decisions on the best route to
Secondary Maths
The main activity is essentially a simulation of County Council decision making when roads are forecast to freeze. Pupils use temperature forecasts from the
Secondary Maths
By the end of the lesson: Students will demonstrate that the temperatures in England are rising; Students will produce a report to justify their
Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
Links to external sites for weather and climate topics.
Secondary Science
A series of downloadable lesson plans and teacher’s notes for science GCSE based on using the Gravity field and steady state Ocean Circulation Explorer
Secondary Science
By the end of the lesson all students will know that: satellites orbit objects that are much larger than themselves
Secondary Science
Satellites provide a huge variety of information. They carry instruments that relay telecommunications signals (telephone messages, TV pictures, emergency messages from ships and aircraft…
Secondary Science
What are clouds and why does it rain?   Prior Learning Previously students learnt the basic water cycle, this is adding to and building
Secondary Science
By the end of the lesson: All students will know that we have seasons because the Earth is tilted
Secondary Science
By the end of the lesson: All students will know that day and night are caused by the Earth’s rotation not by the sun
Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
Frequently Asked Questions from the IPCC 2013 Fifth Assessment Report
Secondary Science
A series of 4 downloadable lessons with associated PowerPoint presentations on climate change for GCSE science. Produced by Daniel Rose Download Teachers’ Notes  Teaching
Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
In this section you will find a step-by-step guide to climate change. The information is written by climate experts using known facts and the
Primary, Secondary Geography
Flooding may result from a large amount of rain or from rapid thawing of snow and in coastal regions may also be caused by
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